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Open spaces, large glass surfaces and demure forms, expressed by a minimal amount of colours, accessories or ornaments, have ruled for the past few years. The industrial look shows no signs of slowing down among designers.

Ash Bansal, Senior Designer and Project Manager at DV Architects – which carries out commercial design projects across the UK – comments on what trends he predicts will be popular in 2018.

Interior design trends, like all trends, are cyclical and this is no different for trends in wood. Interior design trends today are reimaginings rather than pastiche interpretations of history. Reimagined because they’re traditional ideas reshaped by modern practices.

01 February 2018

Fantastic plastic

Officially launched in January 2018, ecoBirdy is a new brand that has presented its first collection of unique design furniture items for children at Maison & Objet in Paris.

01 February 2018

The discovery of space

On 350m² and two storeys, the classic idea of a loft is noticeable, yet is being reinterpreted in many regards by the architects of smartvoll.

Nulty has recently completed work on the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Astana, based in the exclusive Talan Towers, a high-end, mixed-use development in the capital of Kazakhstan.

Celebrating an impressive 32 years, kbb Birmingham – one of the UK’s largest and most established kitchen, bedroom and bathroom events – returns to the NEC, Birmingham, from 4 to 7th March.

For six days in March, London Design Week 2018 at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is the nerve-centre of creative excellence – an unmissable event that is essential for anyone who wants the inside track on the latest design thinking.

Here Tim Armitt, Managing Director at Lyndon by Boss Design, discusses the importance of colour in commercial furniture.

01 February 2018

A change of direction

After completing her science degree and having a career in the food industry for a while, Sally Homan decided to have a complete career change and retrain as an interior designer. She studied at the KLC School of Design and worked in the design industry in London before setting up her business, Robertson Lindsay interiors, in Edinburgh.

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